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Anglo-Boer War



Price: £280.00

1900 The Klerksdorp Packet Series very scarce set of seven different illustrated post cards in superb unused condition, together with envelope in which they were sold for One Shilling. Exhibition quality.



Price: £60.00

1901 (Mar 14) Boer War Cover to POW in St Helena franked 1d Table Mountain tied BONC "141" with fine "VREDENBURG DIST MALMESBURY" cds adjacent, triangular censor mark plus censor label and nice St Helena arrival on front. Rare proving cover for BONC "141" not recorded by Putzel or Frescura. 



1901 (Dec 28) Neat "Taylor & Wilson Family Grocers Jeppestown" registered cover from Johannesburg to Durban with Johannesburg censor strikes. Very clean.



Price: £50.00

1902 (Mar 28) Re-directed Mail with CGH Stamp Added: postcard ex Coalbrookdale UK addressed to Lieut W. Alfred Youden in SimonsTown who subsequently re-addressed the card to Scotland, uprated with CGH 1d Table Mountain to pay for the "foreign" re-direction fee, stamp cancelled by "Passed Censor Cape Town" (unusual) with "Cape Town Mar 26 02" cancel at left. View side showing 'The Library, Shrewsbury' with much handwritten text around the picture. Some creasing and small tear at right but scarce re-directing franking.



Price: £65.00

1902 (Apr 9) Cover ex Holland addressed to Reverend Andrew Murray (1828 - 1917) the well-known Dutch Reformed minister in Wellington, re-directed to Kalk Bay where Murray had a seaside cottage. Andrew Murray (9 May 1828 – 18 January 1917) was a South African writer, teacher and Christian pastor and was the second child of Andrew Murray Sr. (1794–1866), a Dutch reformed Church missionary sent from Scotland to South Africa. Murray authored over 240 books.



Price: £65.00

1902 (Apr 11) Envelope ex New York addressed to State President Paul Kruger, Oranjelust (Krugers home) in Utrecht, Holland. Endorsed "Per Statendam" which was one of the passenger liners belonging to the Holland America Line.



Price: £60.00

1902 (Apr 19) Cover to Green Point Cape Town franked 1d Hope standing cancelled BONC '1038' with 'MPOTOLA AP 19 02' s/c cds adjacent, censor marks plus on reverse transit/arrival strikes. Rare proving BONC cover not recorded by Putzel or Frescura



Price: £50.00

1902 (May 29) Envelope ex Amsterdam addressed to State President Paul Kruger in Utrecht. Opening cut just above stamp as can be seen on the illustration but not unduly affecting appearance.